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You're thinking of a CUCV.  And for the most part they were decent.  They did have issues with the electrical system, and being an aspirated Diesel had all the sparkling onroad performance of a lithiu

More like the "Jeep" or 1/4 ton utility vehicle. Right, I have no issue with it being adopted as a replacement for the heavy armor versions of the HMMVW, but the article reads as if they are replaci

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